Millets are a type of cereal grain widely cultivated and used in India. They are known for their high iron, protein, fibre and calcium content. Moreover, they have a low glycemic index, that is they release sugar into blood very slowly. Read on to...
This pongal is very easy to prepare, tastes delicious and is also very healthy. There is not much difference between rice pongal and the millet version.
Ragi or finger millet is a healthy grain and should be included in our daily diet, if possible. It is rich in calcium and is excellent for children. One of the important things to remember while making these ladoos is to roast the ragi very well.
Jowar roti is a gluten free roti recipe made with sorghum flour. Since jowar rotis are dry, it is recommended that they are served with gravies.
Ragi is a nutritious grain which is a staple food in most South Indian states. It is generally milled into flour and then used to make ragi dosa, ragi roti, and so on. It is a preferred food for children.
Millets are an extremely good source of fibre and protein when compared to rice. The wild cereal has many medicinal properties with vitamins and minerals. Try this millet curd recipe today.
Kadambam is a delicious south Indian rice (in this case millets) based dish. While it resembles bisibelebath in appearance, it tastes different. Little millet is high in healthy fats besides all the usual millet characteristics. It also has the sm...
This wholesome breakfast or dinner dish can be made with just a few ingredients. Add a few spices and some vegetables and this nutritious upma is ready in a jiffy.
This recipe uses pearl (bajra) millet to make cookies. Made with simple ingredients like ghee, sugar and cardamom, this makes a healthy tea-time snack or school snack for your kid.
Millet porridge is a very nutritious. Pearl millet is high in iron, calcium and vitamin B-complex. Due to growing awareness of the nutritional benefits of pearl millet, many people are trying to include it in their diet.
Millet moong tikkis is one dish that no one can resist. Millets are super healthy and a great replacement for rice. They are gluten-free and have a host of health benefits. Combined with the healthiest of dals, this sure is a healthy recipe for yo...